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Appeal Court reduces ex-Plateau Gov, Senator Dariye’s jail term to 10 years

By OakTV
17 November 2018   |   9:45 pm
A former governor of Plateau state, Senator Joshua Dariye will no longer be serving a 14-year jail term as the court of Appeal in Abuja has reduced his sentence to 10 years for being a first time offender.

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